Honey-Don't List
by Lauren, Christina






"From the New York Times bestselling author behind the "joyful, warm, touching" (Jasmine Guillory, New York Times bestselling author) The Unhoneymooners comes a delightfully charming love story about what happens when two assistants tasked with keeping arocky relationship from explosion start to feel sparks of their own"-





Lauren's (Twice in a Blue Moon, 2019) latest focuses on the personal assistants to the Tripps, a married celebrity couple whose home design and renovation empire threatens to take over their employees' lives. James, who cannot afford to lose his job, resents being relegated to working as the husband's assistant despite having been hired as an engineer. Carey, whose education stopped after high school, delights in the fact that she and James perform essentially the same role. Their already high-stakes positions soon become even more stressful as they are tasked with trying to preserve the fiction of their bosses' blissful marriage. Their initially chilly relationship thaws as they bond over their new responsibilities, leaving them free to acknowledge and act upon their mutual attraction. The novel's events are recounted from the near future through alternating points of view, with interview transcripts, book excerpts, and social media posts all adding to the sense of dread stoked by the Tripps' rapidly deteriorating relationship. This absorbing romance may make readers think twice about the human cost of crafting and maintaining a celebrity couple's perfect image. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.





Lauren's (Twice in a Blue Moon, 2019) latest focuses on the personal assistants to the Tripps, a married celebrity couple whose home design and renovation empire threatens to take over their employees' lives. James, who cannot afford to lose his job, resents being relegated to working as the husband's assistant despite having been hired as an engineer. Carey, whose education stopped after high school, delights in the fact that she and James perform essentially the same role. Their already high-stakes positions soon become even more stressful as they are tasked with trying to preserve the fiction of their bosses' blissful marriage. Their initially chilly relationship thaws as they bond over their new responsibilities, leaving them free to acknowledge and act upon their mutual attraction. The novel's events are recounted from the near future through alternating points of view, with interview transcripts, book excerpts, and social media posts all adding to the sense of dread stoked by the Tripps' rapidly deteriorating relationship. This absorbing romance may make readers think twice about the human cost of crafting and maintaining a celebrity couple's perfect image. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.






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